AWS Service Endpoints
An AWS service endpoint is a URL that is the entry point for an AWS web service. When you secure your VPC, make sure the Teradata Database MPP instances can still access the AWS service endpoints they require, or deployment will fail.
The following table lists endpoints the AWS service endpoints needed by Teradata Database on AWS. An example of adding the region to an endpoint for Amazon EC2 is ec2.us-east-2.amazonaws.com. The region can be applied in the same manner for the remaining endpoints in this table.
|AWS Web Services||Endpoints|
You can specify an endpoint that does not include a specific region for Amazon EC2.
|AWS Step Functions||states.region.amazonaws.com|
|AWS Application Auto Scaling||autoscaling.region.amazonaws.com|
|Amazon CloudWatch Logs||logs.region.amazonaws.com|
Alternatively, you can provide access to endpoints from your VPC using AWS PrivateLink if you want to keep all network traffic within the AWS network. See the Amazon Virtual Private Cloud User Guide for more information on accessing AWS services through AWS PrivateLink.